Register for PSUTXT now

University Park, PA. -- Many areas of Pennsylvania already have seen the first significant snowfall of this winter season, and others saw a preview of what is to come. Soon winter will officially be here and bad weather will be playing havoc with schedules.

Other situations may arise that affect the ability of the campus -- students, faculty and staff -- to function normally. In those situations, it is critical that the University be able to reach as many people as possible, as quickly as possible. The PSUTXT text-messaging system is a key tool by which Penn State can communicate directly with the University community in these situations.

Don't be caught uninformed. Sign up for PSUTXT, and have messages sent directly to a cell phone when bad weather delays or cancels classes, or if another emergency situation arises.

To register, visit http://live.psu.edu/psutxt online. For information, contact Annemarie Mountz at amountz@psu.edu. Anyone having difficulty with the registration process should visit http://omnilertsupport.com/e2campus/ and fill out the support request for assistance.

For answers to the most frequently asked questions about weather-related disruptions at University Park, visit http://live.psu.edu/story/36230 online.

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Last Updated November 18, 2010